Get in the zone with Britney Spears at this pop-up experience

The immersive fan experience is in Los Angeles through April 2020.

We're bringing you the most Instagrammable experiences around the country with GMA's On Trend.

Britney Spears The Zone is a new exhibit in Los Angeles where fans can explore about a dozen rooms that are inspired by real-life scenes from Spears's most iconic music videos.

"We're big fans of experiences, we've done a lot of them," said creator Jeff Delson. "So we went to Britney and her team and they blessed it and we had a couple of years to put this thing together."

While Delson said it's a fan-generated experience, he noted that Spears donated costumes.

Guests start in a "...Baby One More Time" classroom before moving through Britney High, or rooms featuring lockers and a high school gym.

Fans are encouraged to relive her music videos with each space acting like a movie set.

"You get to unleash your inner Britney," Delson said.

The "I'm A Slave 4 U" room is designed like a jungle with a giant snake for the prop. But have no fear, this one is a stuffed animal, not an actual albino Burmese python.

In the "Oops!...I Did It Again" space there is footage of Mars and the chance to interact with a faux astronaut.

Guests even enter a recreated airplane for "Toxic."

The experience takes 60 to 90 minutes and covers 30,000 square feet.

"I want [fans] to feel like they just lived and walked through every Britney Spears music video that's out there. I want them to feel their best Britney self," said chief creative officer Shannon Ramirez.

The limited engagement runs through April 26.